Thursday, September 17, 2015

Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime

I don't know if any of you have Kindle Unlimited (KU), but if you do, I wanted to let you know that many of my books are absolutely free with KU. If you have Amazon Prime, they're also free to borrow. Here are the works you can get free from me through Unlimited or Prime.

Micro Weird: (a collection of weird flash fictions)

Harvest of War: (A fantasy story involving an Orc. Probably my best reviewed work)

Killing Trail: (A collection of western tales)

The Machineries of Mars: (A sword and planet story influenced by Edgar Rice Burroughs)

Fiction Techniques, One, Two, and Three: (Articles on creating characters, creating suspense, and using the twist ending)

Days of Beer: (A humorous memoir of my younger days)

Harmland: (A collection of noir/horror tales)

Adventures of an Arkansawyer: (More humorous memoir material from my youth. It includes Days of Beer)

If you do have Unlimited or Prime, why not take just a second to hop over to these links and get your copy. And, of course, if you do, why not give them a read. I think they all tend to be pretty fast reads. I think I only get paid when people do read them. (Of course, most of these are only 99 cents at full price anyway).

I would certainly appreciate it!

Thanks,
Charles

16 comments:

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Charles, Amazon recently launched Kindle Unlimited for readers in India and I have been meaning to subscribe to it. I look forward to checking out your books.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

My wife has Amazon Prime - I'll send her your list!

Charles Gramlich said...

Prashant, we do get some use out of it.

Alex, thanks, man

Cloudia said...

Right!








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Charles Gramlich said...

Cloudia, thumbs up!

sage said...

I have Amazon prime, but have yet tried to use the borrow capability (except for movies). Thanks for the heads up.

Charles Gramlich said...

Sage, I think it's pretty handy.

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

The program pays the author pretty well too. RJ and I were worried the program would be a bust but it's been very good.

X. Dell said...

I think Days of Beer appeals to me. The subject has been an avocation of mine since 1980. But I'm more amused by the fact you're writing humor.

Charles Gramlich said...

Bernard, glad to hear that. Would love to get in on a bit of it

X. Dell, I am a gem of many facets. :)

Richard R. said...

Ah, gee, I already have just about all of them. Guess I'll have to wait for something new......

oscar case said...

I have Amazon Prime but haven't had time to actually watch it or do much searching with the Fire stick..

Charles Gramlich said...

Richard R., I need to do more writing, that is for sure.

Oscar, just started reading one of yours. Great so far.

Riot Kitty said...

I heartily recommend the three that I have read!

the walking man said...

Have you hopped over to here yet.

Actually everyone should go there for a bit.

I don't know what kind of Kindle i have but I'll charge the battery and look see.

Charles Gramlich said...

Riot Kitty, thankee!

Mark, just saw it. And thank you for your kind words!